Brainerd City Council
Meets 7:30 p.m. Monday
Brainerd City Hall
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Approval of Agenda
5. Consent Calendar – All matters listed are considered routine by the Council and will all be enacted by one (1) motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless good cause is shown prior to the time the Council votes on the motion to adopt by roll call.
A. Approval of the Minutes of the regular meeting held on Dec. 2, 2013, as well as the Budget Workshops held on Nov. 25, 2013, as distributed
B. Approval of Licenses
1. Contractor’s Licenses – 69 – Renewals
2. Garbage Licenses – 5 – Renewals
3. Pawnbroker Licenses – 2 – Renewals
4. Second-Hand Automobile Licenses – 8 – Renewals
5. Second-Hand Goods Licenses – 1 – Renewal
6. Tobacco Licenses – 21 – Renewals
7. Tobacco Licenses – 2 – New Licenses
C. Department Reports
1. Mayor’s report of activities distributed to Council.
2. Police Chief’s report of activities distributed to Mayor and Council.
3. Finance Director’s report distributed to Mayor and Council.
D. Administration Department – Administrative Specialist/Payroll – Successful Completion of One Year of Employment – Approve Advance to Step “C” or 95 percent of Base Wage for Position ($20.87 per hour) – Effective Nov. 26, 2013
E. Fire Department – Resignation of Paid On Call Firefighter Troy Rushmeyer – Effective Dec. 12, 2013 – Accept with Regret
F. Call for Applicants:
1. Transportation Committee – Two Terms to Expire 12/31/2014
2. Library Board – Two Terms to Expire 12/31/2017 and 12/31/19
3. Cable TV Advisory Committee – One Term to Expire 12/31/16
6. Approval of Bills and Transfer of Funds – Recommended by the Personnel and Finance Committee
General Fund to Public Safety Fund $485,000
General Fund to Park Fund $50,000
General Fund to Street & Sewer Fund $40,000
General Fund to Airport Fund $12,940
Total Transfers from #101 $587,940
Fire (Fund 225) to Fire Capital Fund (404) $73,873 per budget
7. Council Committee Reports
A – Safety and Public Works Committee Report
B – Personnel and Finance Committee Report
8. Unfinished Business
A. Approve 2014 Budget and Adopt Resolution Setting Final 2015 Levy
B. Public Hearing – Final Reading of Proposed Ordinance No. 1410 – An Ordinance Restricting Location of Residence of Level III Predatory Offenders – City Administrator Goble Recommends Dispensing with the Actual Reading
C. Food Truck Update – City Planner Ostgarden
D. Walkable Bikeable City Committee (WBCC) Application and WBCC Size – Discussion of – City Planner Ostgarden
E. Riverfront Project – U of M Contract
9. New Business
A. East Brainerd Mall TIF – Adopt Resolution Awarding the Sale of and Providing the Form, Terms, Covenants and Directions for the Issuance of its Taxable Tax Increment Revenue Note, Series 2013 –
B. City Attorney – Appoint for 2014
10. Planning Commission
A. Possible Planning Commission Zoning Text Amendment – Ordinance 1st Reading
11. Public Forum: Time allocated for citizens to bring matters not on the agenda to the attention of the Council – Time limits may be imposed.
A – Mayor
B – City Attorney
C – City Administrator
D – City Engineer
E – City Planner
F – Police Chief
G – Finance Director
H – Council President
13. Council Other Committee Reports
14. Committee Resignations – Accept with Regret
A – Emily Charpentier – Library Board
B – Ed Shaw – Library Board
15. Adjourn – Adjourn – To Closed Session Pursuant to M.S. 13D.05, Subd. 1(b) to Discuss Union Negotiation Strategies
City of Brainerd Personnel and Finance Committee
Meets 6:30 p.m. Monday
City Hall Conference Room
1. Approval of Bills and Transfer of Funds
General Fund to Public Safety Fund, $485,000
General Fund to Park Fund, $50,000
General Fund to Street & Sewer Fund, $40,000
General Fund to Airport Fund, $12,940
Total Transfers from #101, $587,940
Fire (Fund 225) to Fire Capital Fund (404), $73,873 per budget
2. Fire Department Personnel Request – Discussion of.
3. Position Classification and Job Evaluation Study – Recommendation to Accept.
4. Sinking Fund Bond Paid Off – Adopt Resolution to Close Fund.
5. This Old Farm Museum – Request for Historic Water Tower Door for Display.
6. Police Department – Acting Sergeant Request – Assign Investigator Craig Katzenberger as Temporary Acting Sergeant.
7. Administration Department – Resignation of Accounts Payable Administrative Specialist Tamara Geurkink – Effective December 31, 2013 with Last Day of Employment being Dec. 24, 2013 – Accept with Regret and Authorize Replacement Procedures – Approval of
8. Administration Department – Administrative Specialist/Payroll – Successful Completion of One Year of Employment – Advance to Step “C” or 95% of Base Wage for Position ($20.87 per hour) – Effective November 26, 2013 – Approval of
9. Fire Department – Resignation of Paid On Call Firefighter Troy Rushmeyer – Effective December 12, 2013 – Accept with Regret
Safety and Public Works Committee
Meets 6:45 p.m. Monday
City Council Chambers
1. 28th Street Cost Distribution – Set Special Committee Meeting for Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. to have a Joint Meeting with Oak Lawn Township Board
2. Assessment Deferral Ordinance/Resolutions
3. Permit Fee Rebate Program
4. Status of Discussions with Jim Uhlman
5. Fire Department Medical Runs Status Report – Review of
Baxter City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday
Baxter City Hall
13190 Memorywood Drive, Baxter
The Baxter City Council will conduct a work session on Tuesday beginning at 6 p.m. at the Baxter City Hall, 13190 Memorywood Dr., Baxter, for the purposes of discussing the Baxter Snowmobile Building Addition, and Wildflower Drive, Franklin Drive, and Woida Road Improvement Project. No formal action will be taken at this meeting.
The regular meeting of the Baxter City Council will be 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Baxter City Hall, 13190 Memorywood Dr., Baxter.
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Public Comments
Comments received from the public may be placed on a future meeting agenda for consideration.
5. Consent Agenda
The following items are considered non-controversial by staff and are recommended to be read and passed in one motion. Any council person, staff, citizen, or meeting attendee can request one or more items be pulled from the Consent Agenda and the item will be pulled and addressed immediately after the passage of the Consent Agenda; otherwise, the following items will be passed in one motion:
A. Approve City Council Minutes from Dec. 3
B. Approve City Council Work Session Minutes from Dec. 3
C. Approve City Council Budget & Levy Informational Meeting Minutes from Dec. 2
D. Approve the Payment of Bills and Finance Report
E. Accept Planning Commission Minutes from Dec. 10
F. Accept Park & Trail Commission Minutes from Nov. 25
G. Accept Utilities Commission Minutes from Dec. 4
1. Approve the stormwater plan for the Dollar Tree Store contingent on the plan meeting the 5-year storm event requirements as per City Ordinance 8-5-4:G and advise the Planning & Zoning Commission of this action.
2. Approve Lift Station No. 6 Final Pay Estimate No. 2 to Anderson Brothers Construction in the amount of $16,000.
3. Approve the Anderson Brothers Home Depot Entrance Striping Agreement for the right turn lane on Elder Drive.
4. Approve the 20-Year Maintenance Plan Update for the Sanitary Sewer Lift Stations.
H. Approve Controlled Substance and Alcohol Testing Policy for Commercial Drivers and Drug and Alcohol Testing and Drug Free Workplace Act Policy for Non-Commercial Drivers
I. Approve the Engagement Letter with Clifton Larson Allen for the City’s 2013 Audit
J. Adopt 2014 Mileage Reimbursement Rate of 56.0 cents per mile per IRS Regulations
K. Police Department Promotion
L. Appoint Warming House Attendants
M. Approve Ordinance No. 2013-24 Granting CenterPoint Energy Resources Corp., d/b/a CenterPoint Energy Minnesota Gas (“CenterPoint Energy”), its Successors and Assigns, a Nonexclusive Franchise to Construct, Operate, Repair and Maintain Facilities and Equipment for the Transportation, Distribution, Manufacture and Sale of Gas Energy for Public and Private Use and to Use the Public Ways and Grounds of the City of Baxter, Minnesota, for such Purpose; and, Prescribing Certain Terms and Conditions Thereof.
N. Approve the SEH, Inc. Agreement for Professional Services Cypress Drive Railroad Crossing Application and Hearing in the amount of $13,900.
O. Approve SEH, Inc. Agreement for Professional Services Cypress Drive (railroad tracks to Excelsior Road) Layout and Cost Estimate in the amount of $3,700.
P. Approve the SEH, Inc. Agreement for Professional Services Cypress Drive (railroad tracks to College Road) Layout and Cost Estimate in the amount not to exceed $6,000.00.
6. Pulled Agenda Items
7. Other business
A. Crow Wing County Engineer Tim Bray to discuss any concerns with streets.
B. Planning & Zoning Actions.
1. Adopt Resolution No. 13-12/2-1 Approving a Conditional Use Permit for joint/cross driveway and parking and a Variance for rear building setback for Dollar tree to be located east of the Westport Mall at 14087 Baxter Drive (city file 13-051)
2. Adopt Resolution No. 13-12/2-2 Approving Planned Unit Development Amendment to allow phase two of Autumn Glen to be named “Northern Lakes Senior Living” and Resolution No. 13-12/2-3 Approving a Minor Subdivision to plat two outlots into one lot for “Autumn Glen Second Addition” for property located at 8186 and 8190 Excelsior Road (city file 13-052)
3. Adopt Resolution No. 13-12/2-4 Approving Findings of Fact, Ordinance No. 2013-25 and Summary Ordinance No. 2013-26 approving a Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to 1) revise General Definitions (Section 10-2-2); 2) revise/move Height Requirements (Section 10-3-9) to Additional Requirements, Exceptions and Modifications (Section 10-5-10); 3) add a new Section 10-5-12, Special Provisions, Animals; and 4) revise district standards for the F (Commercial Forest), RS (Special Residential/Cluster), R-1 (Low Density Residential), R-2 (Medium Density Residential), and R-3 (High Density Residential) zoning districts (Articles A, B, C, D, and E) (city file 13-053)
8. Council Comments
A. Jim Klein
B. Rob Moser
C. Todd Holman
D. Mark Cross
E. Darrel Olson
9. City Attorney’s Report
10. City Administrator’s Report
Brainerd Public Library
Meets 6 p.m. Wednesday
Finance Committee meets prior to the Board Meeting at 5:15 p.m.
1. Call to order
2. Roll Call/Introductions
3. Approve Agenda
4. Approve minutes of Nov. 20 meeting
5. President’s report
6. Librarian’s report
7. Finance Committee report
8. Building & Grounds Committee report
9. Policy Committee report
10. Recruitment Committee report
11. KRL Rep’s report
12. Friend’s of the Library
13. Open Forum
14. Unfinished business
15. New business
Crosby-Ironton School Board
Meets 7 p.m. Monday
Forum Room-Secondary Building
1. Call to order and Pledge to the Flag – Chair, Mike Domin
2. Welcome to Visitors
3. Public Comments on Agenda Items
4. Board Discussion/Comments on the Following Items
a. Recognize Cross Country Team State Participants
b. Levy and Budget Discussion-William Tollefson, Business Manager
c. 2014-15 School Calendar Draft
d. Strategic Plan Update-Jamie Skjeveland, Superintendent
e. Taconite Grant Update
f. Review Buildings and Grounds Priority List
g. Review Potential Construction Sketches
h. MSBA Delegate Assembly – Bob Sandin and Mike Domin
5. Approve Agenda (Addendum, if included)
6. Approve Minutes- November 25, 2013 Regular Board Meeting
7. Informational Items Included in Packet:
7.1. Administrative Reports
a. Activities Director
b. Community Education
c. Secondary Principal
d. Elementary Principal
7.2. Committee Reports
a. Finance – no meeting
b. Activities – A. Bonsante
7.3. Enrollment Report
8. Consent Calendar:
8.1. Approve Bills Presented
8.2. Acceptance and Filing of Financial Reports
8.3. Accept Monetary Awards and Donations as Follows:
• Deerwood Fire Relief Association-$75 for Athletics
• MSHSL Operation Opportunity Grant-$1,741
9. Personnel Consent Items:
9.1 Renew/Approve the following Coaches/Activities Contracts Effective 2014-2015 Season:
Volleyball, Becki Zender, 7-8 Gr. Jr. High Coach
9.2 Accept Resignation of Becki Zender, Varsity Volleyball Coach, Effective at the End of the 2013-14 Season
9.3 Accept Resignation of Lisa Rydberg, 7-8 Gr. Jr. High Volleyball Coach, Effective at the End of the 2013-14 Season
10. Action Items:
10.1. Approve 2014 Band and Choir Orlando Tour
10.2. Certify 2013 Payable 2014 Final Levy
10.3. Approve Contract to Share Community Ed Director with Aitkin for 5 hours per week until Aitkin hires a Community Ed Director or until June 30, 2014, whichever occurs first
10.4. Adopt Resolution directing the administration to make recommendations for reductions in programs and positions and reasons therefore
11. Reorganization Board Meeting – Jan. 6, 7:30 a.m. District Office Conference Room
Regular Board Meeting – Jan. 27, 7 p.m. – Forum Room-Secondary Building
Crow Wing County Board of Commissioners
Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday
Third floor, Historic Courthouse, Brainerd
1. 9 a.m. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance
2. Open Forum
3. Review & Approve Nov. 26 Regular County Board Meeting Minutes
4. Review & Approve Dec. 17 Regular County Board Meeting Agenda
5. Approve Consent Agenda
5.2. Personnel Actions
5.3. Contract Renewal, Amendment #4 Impound Service for Dangerous Dogs
5.4. Contract Renewal, Amendment #4 Holding Facility for Impounded Dogs for Unorganized Territories
5.5. Exempt Gambling Permit
5.6. Applications for Repurchase of Forfeited Lands
5.7. PRISM Implementation Grant Application
5.8. Direct Sale of Non-Conforming Tract to Adjoining Landowner - Set Sale Price – Lot 1, Green Haven Point
5.9. Final Contract Payment for S.P. 018-070-008 (Curve Chevron Signing)
5.10. Award Contract for 2014 Curve Chevron Signing
6. County Auditor-Treasurer
6.1. 2014 New Tobacco Licenses
6.2. 2014 Tobacco License Renewals
6.3. 2013 Off Sale Liquor License Transfer
6.4. 2014 Final Budget & Levy Resolution
7. County Attorney
7.1. Sale of Crow Wing County Property Located in Pequot Lakes
8. 9:30 a.m. Public Hearing to Consider Adopting 2014 Crow Wing County Fee Schedules
9. County Administrator
9.1. Senior Management Team Report
10. Additional Business
11. Committee Reports
12. Closed Session, Labor Negotiations
Crow Wing County Committee meeting schedule
The following list includes Crow Wing County meetings that may be attended by one or more members of the Crow Wing County Board:
10 a.m. Monday, Personnel Committee at County Administrator’s Conference Room
9 a.m. Tuesday, County Board Meeting at County Board Room
2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport Commission’s Economic & Commercial Development Committee at Airport Conference Room
3 p.m. Tuesday, Historical Society Committee at Crow Wing County Museum
9 a.m. Wednesday, Central Minnesota Community Corrections Executive Committee at CMCC Administration Office
10 a.m. Thursday, CR 115 Task Force at Nisswa City Hall
2:30 p.m. Thursday, Budget Committee at Jinx Ferrari Meeting Room
5 p.m. Thursday, Planning Commission/Board of Adjustment at County Board Room
5 p.m. Thursday, TCC (Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc.) Board of Directors at Little Falls
9 a.m. Friday, Mississippi Headwaters Board at Backus
Cass County Board
Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday
Commissioners Board Room Courthouse, Walker
Call to Order.
a. Pledge of Allegiance.
b. Approval of agenda for discussion. (Any requests to be heard not on the proposed agenda are considered for inclusion at this time).
Robert Yochum – County Administrator.
a. Consent agenda.
b. Approve 2014 Cass County Committee List.
c. Approve Resolution No. 58 -13 establishing elected Department head compensation for 2014.
d. Approve Resolution No. 59 -13 establishing Board member compensation for 2014.
e. Report back on AMC Conference – Policy Committee reports.
Larry Wolfe – Chief Financial Officer.
a. Receive & file GASB 45 Post-Employment Benefit Valuation Report.
b. Approve year end transfers.
c. Approve Resolution No. 60 -13 Property tax levy for 2014 by Fund.
d. Approve Resolution No. 61 –13 Revenues/Expenditures 2014 by Fund.
e. Approve Resolution No. 62–13 Unorganized Levy and Revenues/Expenditures.
f. Approve 2014 equipment list.
Tom Burch – Sheriff, Kerry Swenson – Emergency Management Coordinator.
a. Pillager Tower update.
Tim Richardson – Central Services Director.
a. Approve 2014 Capital Maintenance Program.
b. LEC Operations Management System.
c. HHVS perimeter heat improvements.
Scott Wilson – Executive Director of HRA, and HRA Board.
a. HRA Activity Report.
b. Request for lease amendment.
c. Committee review of future funding.
Josh Stevenson – Land Commissioner.
a. Timber sale extension policy.
b. Enbridge Sandpiper Project public meeting schedule.
Reno Wells – HHVS Director, Wanda Reed, Sarah Smythe – IMU Unit, Jeff Woodford – VSO Officer.
a. Approve Cass County/Leech Lake Reservation Children’s Initiative Collaborative Agreement.
b. Veterans Service Office update.
c. Request to fill budgeted Eligibility Worker, Grade 22, for IMU and eliminate tabled Case Aide position.
Confirm upcoming schedule.
a. Commissioner’s Board Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, beginning at 9 a.m., Board Room, 1st Floor Crtse. Annex, Walker.
b. Commissioner’s Board Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, beginning at 9 a.m., Land Department Meeting Room, Backus.
c. AMC Leadership Conference on Jan. 23-24, 2014, Arrowhead Resort & Conference Center, Alexandria.
1. Approve board minutes of Dec. 3.
2. Approve Auditor manual warrants dated November 2013 in the amount of $4,005,463.50.
3. Approve Auditor warrants dated Nov. 27, 2012, in the amount of $418.
4. Approve Auditor warrants dated Nov. 27, 2012, in the amount of $279,623.78.
5. Approve Auditor warrants dated Dec. 5, 2012, in the amount of $160,738.94.
6. Receive & file - Monthly Budget Reports.
7. Approve HHVS Commissioner’s warrants dated Nov. 27, 2013, in the amount of $759.00.
8. Approve HHVS Commissioner’s warrants dated Nov. 27, 2013, in the amount of $2,359.00.
9. Approve HHVS Auditor warrants dated Dec. 6, 2013, in the amount of $84,468.25.
10. Approve HHVS Commissioner’s warrants dated Dec. 6, 2013, in the amount of $71,812.87.
11. Approve personnel actions.
12. Approve licenses – Tobacco, 3.2 Beer, Liquor, Gambling, etc.
13. Receive & file Auditor -Treasurer’s Interest Income Report for November 2013.
14. Approve Medical Contract Agreement with Dr. M.B. McGee from Jan. 1, 2014, through Dec. 31, 2014.
15. Approve transfer from Unorganized Twp. in the amount of $71,963.71 for road maintenance & administrative costs from August – Oct. 2013.
16. Authorize payment to Widseth Smith Nolting & Assoc. in the amount of $1,825.50 payment (Inv. #93684) facility renovation energy upgrades and exterior improvements; Mark Beard - $50 (source of funds from Capital Fund – Garages & Capital Outlay Bldgs.).
17. Receive & file November 2013 EDC Activity Report.
18. Approve amendment to subcontract with Leech Lake Area Watershed Foundation for $76,200 (increase of $4,000).
19. Authorize 25 percent Fund use of $3,700 for environmental education at Deep Portage – WHA School (60 students, 14 Adults) on Dec. 5-6, 2013.
20. Authorize per diem payment to Board appointed citizen committees for FY2014, in the amount of $75.00 per day (same as County Board members) and mileage per Personnel Rules & Policies.
21. Approve 2014 standard mileage rate for miles driven after Dec. 31, 2013 – Full rate (No county department vehicle available) at $.56 per mile, adjusted rate (County department vehicle available and not used) 28.0¢ per mile.
22. Approve out of state travel for David Enblom Highway Engineer 2014 National Assoc. Co. Engineers–Baton Rouge, La., on April 13-16, 2014.
23. Approve equipment rental rates to townships, municipalities, and individuals/others to $100 per hour for regular and overtimes due to higher labor costs and fuel prices.
24. Approve Resolution No. 57-13 final payment on Contract No. 59914 (project SAP 011-599-014) Wilson Township bridge replacement.
25. Accept donations to HHVS Office: $100 – Am. Legion Post #458; $300 – Sons of Am. Legion #202; $200 – Salem Lutheran Church, for Veterans Transportation; Public Health - $1,900 from Angels of St. Agnes Church, Walker.
26. Approve - Twelve HHVS Purchase of Service contracts from January 1, 2014 through Dec. 31, 2014.
27. Approve request to increase Public Health fee schedule - Skilled Nurse visit fee from $165 to $170 as recommended by HHVS Advisory Committee effective Feb. 1, 2014.
28. Approve amendments to Employee Benefit Plan document.
Little Falls School Board
Meets 5 p.m. Monday
County Commissioners’ board room
Morrison County Government Center
213 Southeast First Avenue, Little Falls
1. Call to order.
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Approval of agenda.
4.1. School board member, Cathy Adamek.
4.2. Project REAL-Apple Distinguished Program for 2013-15.
5.1. County Commissioner Communication
5.2. RTI-Colette Cameron
5.3. Teaching and learning-Chris Grams
6. Public Comments
7. Consent agenda
7.2. Approval of prior meeting minutes
7.3. MSHSL Foundation grant received
8. Resolution for acceptance of gifts
9. Reports from board members
10. Superintendent’s report
Truth in Taxation presentation-6 p.m.
12. Old or unfinished business
13. New business
13.1. Certify tax levy
13.2. EMLF Seniority list
13.3 Set Jan. 6, 2014, 5 p.m. for next board meeting
13.4. Approval of 2014 board meeting schedule
13.5. Designate C. Grams as LEA representative as provided under P.L. 107-110 (NCLB) for the 2013-14 school year
13.6. Fundraisers 2013-14
13.7. Agriculture education letter of support
Morrison County Board of Commissioners
Meets 9 a.m. Tuesday
County Board Room
Government Center, Little Falls
1. Call to order by chairman.
2. Pledge of Allegiance.
3. Approval of county board minutes.
4. Additions/deletions to the agenda.
5. Public hearing: Post award hearing.
6. Sheriff’s report.
7. Social service report.
8. Public health report.
9. Planning and Zoning report.
10. Extension report.
11. Assessor’s report.
12. Technology services report.
13. Auditor’s report.
14. County board warrants.
15. Budget report.
16. Public works report.
17. Administrator’s report.
18. Committee reports/upcoming schedule.
Nisswa City Council
Meets 7 p.m. Wednesday
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Approve minutes of Nov. 20, Dec. 4, 2013
Park & Rec
Nisswa Chamber of Commerce
A. Accept $400 donation from Carlson Hardware
B. Approve Construction Invoices for Public Restroom/Welcome Center
C. MPCA Ambient Well Installation in Parkway Drive Right-of-way
D. Proposed Sewer Rate Increase
E. Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Execution of Assignment of Development Agreement for TIF 1-1 Nisswa Lake Plaza
F. Use TIF Funds for Design Fees of Welcome Center
G. Transfer $190,000 from Spirits Fund to General Fund
H. Transfer $10,000 from Pickle Fund to General Fund
I. Set Date for Organizational Meeting
A. Revise Nisswa Community Center Rental Agreement Discussion
B. Lighting Request at Nisswa Ave/371 Intersection
C. Heartland Animal Rescue Team Agreement
D. Ordinance #73 Purchasing Policy Discussion
B. Council Members
Presentation of claims
Pillager Board of Education
Regular School Board Meeting
Meets 7 p.m. Monday
I. Call To Order Regular School Board Meeting
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Cell Phone/Electronic Devices
IV. Consider Additions/Deletions/Acceptance of the Agenda
V. Visitor’s Comments
VI. Consider Consent Agenda
A. Minutes of Nov. 18 regular meeting
B. Monthly Cash Flow Including Investments
C. Donations: Casino Assembly of God Church - $700; First Lutheran Church - $300; Curtis Olson, VFW Post No. 9073 - $300 and Pillager Area Family Center - $88.18.
VII. Special Reports with Possible Board Action
1. Payable 2014 Levy and Questions
2. Certification of Payable 2014 Levy
3. Monthly Bills
4. Review Activity Accounts
1. Superintendent Contract
1. Set January Re-Organization/Regular Meeting Date
2. Resource Training & Solutions Ballot
VIII. Special Reports
A. Elementary Principal Report
B. Secondary Principal Report
C. Superintendent’s Report